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First there was ESPN, the first network devoted to 24/7 sports coverage. Then came conference-specific networks at the college level: The Big Ten Network, the Pac-12 Network and soon, the SEC Network. Now high schools are getting in on the action.The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and PlayOn! Sports (PlayOn) plan to
We see it all the time and at every level—athletes talking trash to one another, fans taunting players and other fans, referees and umpires getting screamed at—and sometimes it can get ugly. But now, the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association and the State Attorney General are cracking down on trash-talking in high school sports, with new
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One of the less obvious ramifications of the revelations, though, was a trickle-down effect that Rogers’s and Collins’s decisions had on gay sports figures at the lower levels. In the latest example, Anthony Nicodemo, the boys’ basketball coach at Saunders High School in Yonkers, said Tuesday that Collins’s choice to come out as gay ultimately
Which high school has the best sports nickname?With a lull in high school sports, let's get some debate started. Since there are so many great high school sports nicknames in the region, we decided to see who you thought was the best. Is it the Blue Streaks of Warren Hills (very appropriate name considering recent
National Athletic Trainers' Association continues to emphasize prevention for high schoolsThe Seattle Seahawks' top draft pick, running back Christine Michael, center, gets a drink of water as Seahawk Darrell Scott (32) is tended to by a trainer, during drills at the NFL football team's rookie minicamp, May 10 in Renton, Wash. The National Athletic Trainers'